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Evolutionary games on graphs : the ultimatum game /

by Sinatra, Roberta, (Puffetta) [aut]; Latora, Vito Claudio [ths]; Moreno Vega, Yamir [ths]; Gomez Gardeñes, Jesus [ths].
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Catania : Scuola Superiore di Catania, 2008Description: 77 p. : ill. ; 30 cm.Subject(s): Complex networks | Game theory
Contents:
Introduction. Complex networks in pills. An introduction to game theory and evolutionary games. Ultimatum game on networks. Conclusions. Acknowledgements. Bibliography.
Dissertation note: Tesi di diploma di 2° livello per la Classe delle Scienze Sperimentali Diploma di 2° livello Scuola Superiore di Catania, Catania, Italy 2008 or 2009 A.A. 2007/2008 Abstract: We address the problem of the dualism cooperation-altruism. The theory we will deal with is the "evolutionary game theory" and we will study some particular application in the context of complex networks. After a brief introduction to complex networks, we provide some key concepts in classical game theory and evolutionary game theory. We then present our original results on different kinds of networks, obtained by implementing a particular evolutionary game, the Ultimatum Game.
List(s) this item appears in: Tesi di Laurea, Diploma, Dottorato, Master | Complexity and chaos
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Tesi di diploma di 2° livello per la Classe delle Scienze Sperimentali Diploma di 2° livello Scuola Superiore di Catania, Catania, Italy 2008 or 2009 A.A. 2007/2008

Includes bibliographical references (74-77 p.) and index.

Introduction. Complex networks in pills. An introduction to game theory and evolutionary games. Ultimatum game on networks. Conclusions. Acknowledgements. Bibliography.

We address the problem of the dualism cooperation-altruism. The theory we will deal with is the "evolutionary game theory" and we will study some particular application in the context of complex networks. After a brief introduction to complex networks, we provide some key concepts in classical game theory and evolutionary game theory. We then present our original results on different kinds of networks, obtained by implementing a particular evolutionary game, the Ultimatum Game.

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